The police use excessive force when arresting you. You don't know why. You're trying to cooperate, but one officer assaults you anyway. You suffer serious injuries during the arrest.
SUPPOSEDLY BANNED, CHOKEHOLD STILL USED BY NYPD
In 1993, the New York Police Department publicly admonished its officers to refrain from using the popular "chokehold" to restrain suspects. However, in the aftermath of the death of Eric Garner, an unarmed black man in Staten Island, as the result of a chokehold, it's clear that the tactic is still being taught and used on a regular basis. New police inspector general Philip K. Eure conducted an investigation of Garner's death and of the use of chokehold tactics, and issued a report that indicated that police officers too often employed a chokehold when facing "mere verbal confrontation," as video cameras show in the Garner case.